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BJP set to win 22 seats in Karnataka according to Intelligence reports

By HindusthanSamachar | Publish Date: Apr 8 2019 1:20PM
BJP set to win 22 seats in Karnataka according to Intelligence reports
By Manohar Yadavatti Bengaluru,08 April(HS):The Bharatiya Janata Party is set to give its highest toll of 22 Lok Sabha seats to the kitty of the saffron party in the ensuing general elections from the state according to the Intelligence Department sources.This number doesn''t include Mandya wherein Ms Sumalatha,the BJP supported candidate is also projected to register victory. According to this report HD Devegowda,former Prime Minister and Janata Dal Secular party supremo,M Veerappa Moily,former Chief Minister and Mallikarjun Kharge,leader of the Congress group in Lok Sabha are expected to lose while Ms Sumalatha,multilingual film star and a political novice has been reported to spring a surprise by winning from Mandya. On the other hand the Indian National Congress(INC) party has to remain content with four seats while the Janata Dal Secular(JDS) will be left only with Hassan,the traditional bastion of HD Devegowda,the former prime minister from where Prajwal Revanna,his grandson is the party nominee. M Veerappa Moily,former chief minister and union minister who represented Chikkaballapur Lok Sabha constituency on the outskirts of Bengaluru twice is said to be headed for a humiliating defeat. The projection is either no better even in the case of Mallikarjun Kharge,leader of the Congress party group in the Lok Sabha who also holds the unique distinction of winning all the nine Assembly and two Parliamentary elections he has contested so far is now told to be trounced in Gulbarga(Kalaburgi) constituency. The Congress while conceding defeat in Chikkodi,Ballari,Chamrajnagar and Chitradurga constituencies where the party had its MPs'' in the 16th Lok Sabha is surging ahead,if intelligence reports are to be believed, in Bengaluru North and Koppal to defeat the sitting Bharatiya Janata Party representatives. DV Sadanandagowda,Union Program Implementation and Statistics Minister and former chief minister who represented Bengaluru North in the 16th Parliament is once again the party candidate here.Krishna Byregowda,state Rural Development Minister is the INC-JDS alliance nominee. This is the tally of constituencies and parties according to the intelligence report: 1.Bengaluru South:BJP. 2.Bengaluru North:Congress. 3.Bengaluru Rural:Congress. 4.Bengaluru Central:BJP. 5.Chikkaballapur:BJP. 6.Kolar:Congress. 7.Tumakuru:BJP. 8.Mysuru:BJP. 9.Chamrajnagar:BJP. 10.Hassan:JDS. 11.Udupi:BJP. 12.Shivamogga:BJP. 13.Dharwad:BJP. 14.Uttara Kannada:BJP. 15.Haveri:BJP. 16.Belagavi:BJP. 17.Chikkodi:BJP. 18.Vijayapura:BJP. 19.Bagalkot:BJP. 20.Bidar:BJP. 21.Gulburga:BJP. 22.Raichuru:BJP. 23.Koppal:Congress. 24.Ballari:BJP. 25.Davanagere:BJP. 26.Chitradurga:BJP. 27.South Canara:BJP. 28.Mandya:BJP supported Independent. BJP:22. Congress:04. JDS:01 Independent:01 Hindusthan Samachar/Manohar Yadavatti
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